Correct me if I'm wrong, but I was pretty sure that it didn't matter what "hz" your game runs in if you use an LCD TV. Who uses CRT anymore anyway?!?
@garyhove : Wait, what? Can't you just switch your Wii to 50 Hz in the system menu? Should work with regular Wii games.
Do not buy this game if your tv does not support 60hz!!! why is with nintendo games they do this most tv's in england do not do 60hz!
@DarknautXXX just as well seeing it was composed by Nobuo Uematsu. Loved all the work his done throughout the decade :-)
Superb. If this is what the English VA's sound like, I can't wait to enable the Japanese voices this game will no doubt include!...
I'll have to wait till Monday, my collectors edition didn't come today, was so looking forward to playing it over the weekend
I got the Collectors Edition Today and listening to the Bonus Soundtrack CD Track 3 right now ^____^ Hooray for Operation Rainfall!
@squall_83 You're wrong. Having a higher Hz means your refresh rate is higher. You will be able to play games longer (your eyes won't get tired as fast), Flickering is not an issue. Higher refresh rate also means you have more frames per second, meaning movement on screen is generally smoother.
No I'm not wrong. Going from 60 to 50 refresh won't introduce any kind of flickering. You probably won't even notice the difference in smoothness. The point of my argument was that all LCD TV sets support a wide range of hz unlike older CRT screens. If you try to play a PAL region game on a US CRT TV you will get a distorted image that is unplayable, whereas on LCD you won't have that problem.